Meir's advice is good. You might want to check for an online apnea group as
well. Janet strongly suspects I have apnea, but I haven't had it
diagnosed. I also often wake up in the same position I go to sleep in, so
I'd likely not be much help even if I do get diagnosed.
On Tue, Dec 2, 2008 at 7:12 AM, Bob Segalman <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Can someone advise me about how to prevent my sleep apnea mask from going
> out of position during the night because of my uncontrolled CP movements
> other movements during sleep? The mask must be tight against my skin so
> that the forced air goes into my lungs and not out into the room. I am
> frequently awakened when contact between my mask and my skin is broken
> because of my movements. . This is true for both the full face mask and the
> mask with the nose cover. My pulmonologist suggested that I look to others
> for a solution as he does not have one. Please e-mail me at
> [log in to unmask] I would like to hear from people with the same problem
> well as those who have advice. Thank you. – Bob Segalman Ph.D.
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